genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Samuel* DEWEES
Birth 5 Mar 1793, Bucks co., Pennsylvania95
Death 27 Dec 1876, Weston, Wood, Ohio95
Father Thomas* DEWEES (1770-)
Mother Catharine* BISSEY (1767-)
Other Spouses Anna SWEITZER
Marriage 16 May 1815, Stark co., Ohio95
Spouse Sarah* BOYER
Birth 19 Feb 1798, Westmoreland co., Pennsylvania95
Death 6 Aug 1824, Lattasburg, Wayne, Ohio95
Father Peter* BOYER (1774-1855)
Mother Anna Margaretta* HARTZELL (1778-1817)
Children:
1 F (dau) DEWEES
Birth 23 Jan 1816, Wood co., Ohio
Death 1816, Wood co., Ohio95
2 F Margaret* DEWEES
Birth 20 Feb 1817, Wood co., Ohio95
Death 1854, Wood co., Ohio95
Spouse Asa* HUTCHINSON
Marriage bef 1836
3 M Thomas DEWEES
Birth 26 Jul 1818, Wood co., Ohio95
Death 20 Jul 1892, Canton, Stark, Ohio95
Spouse Esther NEIDIGH
Marriage 15 Apr 1841
4 F Caroline DEWEES
Birth 10 May 1820, Wood co., Ohio95
Death aft 1894, Fork, Mecosta, Michigan
Spouse James M. ADAIR
Marriage 1861, Fork, Mecosta, Michigan
5 F Amy Anne DEWEES
Birth 26 Dec 1821, Wood co., Ohio95
Death 14 Mar 1891, Bowling Green, Wood, Ohio95
Spouse James HUTCHINSON
Marriage 2 Jan 1840, Wayne co., Ohio
6 M Amos DEWEES
Birth 18 Aug 1823, Paris, Stark, Ohio95
Death 8 Mar 190095
Spouse Sarah GREEN
Marriage 3 Nov 1853, Wood co., Ohio95
Notes for Samuel* DEWEES
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Samuel, b. 3, 5, 1793, d. 12, 27, 1876, m. 1st, 5, 16, 1815, Sarah Boyer; m. 2d, 11, 16, 1828, Anna Sweitzer. Children in first marriage: infant, Margaret, Thomas, Caroline, Amy, Amos; children in second marriage: Jesse, Dennis, Franklin, Mary, Noah, Samuel, Uriah, Permilla, Chauncey, Madidon, infant, Gazelda. [ref 95:137]

Mr. Samuel Dewees enlisted at the village of Canton under Captain James Drennan for the war of 1812, and served under General Harrison until the expiration of his term of service. He was discharged at Detroit, Michigan, May 4, 1814. When he enlisted he went to Cleveland, Ohio, and from there to Fort Stephenson, now Fremont, arriving there the day after tile battle when the fort was so gallantly defended by Major Croghan. From this place his regiment was sent to Fort Ball, and from there to the mouth of the Portage river. There the command took flat boats and crossed the lake to Detroit. While at Detroit in the winter of 1814, Mr. Dewees was sent by General Harrison as a scout to the Thames river. The young man accomplished his object. After his discharge, Mr. Dewees returned home and labored on a farm. On May 16, 1815, he married Miss Sarah Boyer, who was born in Stark county, February 19, 1798, and died August 6, 1824. [ref 95:172]
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CENSUS:
1850 not found

4 Jul 1860 Gilead, Wood OH census [ref 11:1053-96(263b)]
22 732 717 DEWEES, Samuel 68 farmer 2000,600 PA
Anna 48 PA
Jesse 32 labor OH
Samuel 20 labor OH
Uriah 18 labor OH
Pamelia 15 OH
Chauncy 12 OH
Driscilla 7 OH

11 Jun 1870 Weston, Wood OH census [ref 11:1283-27(599a)]
4 206 218 DEWESE, Samuel 77 farmer PA
Anna 58 keeping house OH
Urih 27 farmer 1500,250 OH
Gustia 16 OH
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Notes for Sarah* BOYER
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daughter of Peter BOYER and Anna Margaretta HARTZELL
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